The Salt Lake Tribune reports on Affirmation, the support group for anyone who is LDS but not hetero, and their presentation at the recent Sunstone Symposium in "Gay Mormons seek 'affirmation' from LDS leaders." Apparently what Affirmation is seeking is "a clear, unambiguous statement in the church's annual General Conference that homosexuality is not a sin or a disease and that mothers don't cause it."
The most recent LDS assessment of the topic is Elder Jeffrey R. Holland's October 2007
Conference address Ensign article, "Helping Those Who Struggle with Same-Gender Attraction." In it, he states that "same-gender attraction is not a sin" (as long as one does not act on it) and that, as to causes, he has no answers but that "a number of factors may be involved." So there has already been "a clear, unambiguous statement in the church's annual General Conference that homosexuality is not a sin or a disease and that mothers don't cause it."
The article also references some back and forth going on about a planned meeting between Affirmation and officials from LDS Family Services (which sounds like a new name for what was once called LDS Social Services). The article reports that Affirmation claims LDS officials have postponed the meeting indefinitely so, in response, Affirmation has decided to simply call a press conference and announce their wish list publicly. The press conference apparently came to pass on Monday. In response, the LDS Church posted a statement at the Newsroom claiming it was Affirmation that originally postponed the planned meeting and defending the recent LDS request to reschedule it. Looks like Affirmation is just grandstanding, never a good strategy for effecting change in the LDS organization.